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Cruises to Costa Rica

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Costa Rica Ports of Call


With as little as 84 hectares, the Curu Wildlife Refuge is one of the smallest sanctuaries in Costa Rica. Despite its small size it boasts five ecological habitats with a rich and diverse wildlife. Th..

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Drake Bay

This pristine bay, lined by palm trees and named after the pirate Sir Francis Drake, is located in the north of Osa Peninsula, at about 12 miles distance from the San Pedrillo entrance to Corcovado Na..

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The former banana port of Golfito, 33km north of the Panamanian border, straggles for 2500m along the water of the same name (golfito means «little gulf»). The town's setting is spectacular, backed ..

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Golfo de Papagayo

The Gulf of Papagayo (Spanish: Golfo del Papagayo, meaning «gulf of the parrot») is a large body of water off Guanacaste province and the northwestern coast of Costa Rica. The Gulf and its coastl..

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Golfo Dulce

The Golfo Dulce is one of the most unique and interesting areas in Costa Rica. It is home to the largest rain forest in Central America. This unspoiled ecosystem is one of the few places in the world ..

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Not long ago, Playa Herradura, 7km north of Jacó, was little more than a quiet fishing village. Now that it is home to one of Costa Rica's largest and most luxurious resorts, the beach's local fe..

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Isla Del Cano

The Isla del Caño lies 17 km. due west of Marenco. The island and its environs invite study from several points of view. It is Costa Rica's largest concentration of coral-building organisms along..

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Playa del Coco

Playas del Coco is one of the oldest beach communities in Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica. This area is also one of the fastest growing areas of tourism in Costa Rica. It has long been a popular touri..

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Puerto Caldera

An industrial port complex for both cruise ships and cargo vessels, Puerto Caldera belongs to the Esparza Puntarenas Province. It began functioning as a port in 1577 and foreign maritime commerce was ..

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Puerto Limon

Puerto Limón, also Limón, city in eastern Costa Rica, capital of Limón Province, on a bay in the swampy Caribbean coastal lowland. It is a leading port of the country and a terminus of ..

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Puerto Quepos

Puerto Quepos drapes itself across a tropical inlet surrounded by primary rainforest. The village center is a delightful six-block square of restaurants, bars, hotels, bakeries, art galleries and gift..

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The Central Pacific's largest city, Puntarenas sits on a long, narrow peninsula in the Gulf of Nicoya. For years, it was the country's principal port, and although a newer port in nearby Caldera now h..

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Quepos is the capital of Aguirre canton in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. The town is about 60 km. south (in a straight line) from Costa Rica's capital, San José, but is 157 km from that city b..

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Tortuga Island

Tortuga Island is actually two islands – uninhabited and picture perfect– that lie just off the Nicoya Peninsula. Characterized by palm-fringed beaches and lush tropical flora, Tortuga is pretty a..

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